Vampires and the the Northwest
Trip Start Aug 06, 2009
25Trip End Sep 03, 2009
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I’m looking at my AAA Trip Tix and comparing the route to the road atlas and I think about an hour can be shaved off. Since I can save some time I can be a little more selective on the campsite.
Spoke to soon about the time, it looks like Washington along with the rest of the nation is fixing its infrastructure. I arrive a little before noon at the park’s information station and work with the ranger to select the best campground. Want to be near the coast but still take advantage of the Ho rainforest. We choose the Mora campground on Rialto beach, just down the road from
The drive takes a about 90 minutes but is well worth it. After the tent is set I head on down to the beach to survey the landscape. Weather starts out a little overcast but quickly changes with
Time for a short break, so I pull in to eat at this little place called the Three Rivers Café in Forks, Washington. The big claim to fame is that they are on the border of LaPush, which in the
Next, time for Jiffy Pop!
Where I stayed